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Domain Age API

With this API you can find the domain name registration date and the domain age in days,
i.e how many days ago the domain was created. This information is useful to know if a domain name was created only a few days ago and thus if it is potentially suspicious. You can use the domain age as an additional check in a domain safety report or analysis.

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Example JSON API Output

Check Domain Creation Date

This API can be used in threat analysis to check if a domain name (i.e was created
only a few days ago and thus if it should be classified as potentially suspicious.
You can alert your clients if they try to browse a new domain name or if they try to buy goods from
a "young" shopping website. Integrate the domain age field in your preferred threat
analysis platform with this simple JSON API.

Domain TLDs

Supported Most TLDs

We support most popular top-level TLDs like .com, .org, .info, .biz, .net and country-level TLDs such as .cn, .pt,, .se, .cz,, .it, .hu and many more. If a domain TLD is not supported by our service, the API returns a specific error and credits are not decreased.

Intelligent Caching

Intelligent Caching

Our system intelligently cache the domain creation date of most submitted domains, so that the API can return the domain creation date as fast as possible. We then apply specific measures to provide you up-to-date results when you submit a domain name.

Simple Pricing

To consume this API service you can use your global credits. So each time you make
one API query, our system will decrease N credits. With your credits you can use all our API services!
Purchased credits need to be consumed within 1 year. Below you can find how many
credits are decreased for each API query with Domain Age API:

0.50 Credits /Query

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